We use technology to help cancer patients co-manage their own follow up to treatment, writes Cancer Patient-Initiated-Follow-Up (PIFU) lead Claire Marsh.
Assessing stroke patients before they reach the hospital can make a huge difference, writes Consultant Stroke Physician Dr Richard Marigold
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Discover some personal reflections on a development course with a difference from four of our women leaders.
Preparing patients for operations digitally improves shared decision making, writes Perioperative Medicine Lead Nurse Imogen Fecher
We are making huge strides towards paperless documentation and patient assessments, writes Chief Nursing Information Officer Sarah Bradburn
Summary of UHS
University Hospital Southampton is recognised as an IT and digital healthcare leader within the NHS.
The Informatics team at UHS Digital has overseen the development of a wide range of pioneering projects, to improve the delivery and efficiency of healthcare services, and to improve patient outcomes.
We are one of 16 centres of excellence, known as Global Digital Exemplars, selected by the Department of Health and Social Care to develop and share digital innovations.The UHS Digital Vision